Monday Mission, 11/05/2012
It turns out that the practice of law is only one of the talents of Luisa Reyes, a 2008 graduate of Samford’s Cumberland School of Law. She is now an attorney in private practice living in Hartville, Ohio. A few weeks ago she won the “Golden Voices of America” competition in the classical and folk adult division and yesterday she made her debut with a performance at the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall. The Golden Voices of America, conducted under the auspices of the American Fine Arts Festival, is an international vocal competition that takes place in New York City, intended for vocalists who would like to challenge themselves by competing on a highly selective level.
The world is better because of the wide-ranging interests of Samford graduates.
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